After 11 wins, 17 draws and 10 losses, the home team is in 10th position, with 50 points won. In the last match, they lost in an away match against Mirandés by (2‑1), after having won (2‑1) at home in the previous match, against FC Cartagena. Interestingly, this is a team that has achieved better results away from home, having won 27 points on the road and only 23 at home. In the last 10 home games for the championship, Fuenlabrada has registered 2 wins, 6 draws and 2 losses, having won 12 points out of 30 possible. In the matches played at their stadium in the championship, the most frequent result at the end of the first 45 ‘was 0‑0, which occurred in 9 of their 19 matches. Defensive solidity has not been his strong point, since he has conceded goals in 7 of the last 10 games, but his offense has scored regularly, since he has scored goals in 7 of the last 10 games of this competition. In 38 matches in this competition, they suffered the first goal 17 times and only managed 1 return on the scoreboard. There are 1 periods that stand out in the last 19 home matches for this competition: they have scored 8 of their 20 goals between minutes (61 ‘- 75’).
Fuenlabrada comes to this match unmotivated after a 2-1 loss to Mirandés, in the match of the thirty-eighth day of the second Spanish league. The visitors continued to win the game, with Aboubakary Kanté’s goal in the 26th minute.
The team led by José Luis Oltra must present itself in a 3-4-3, favoring the defensive organization and the counterattacks, mostly channeled, through the side corridors. The three most advanced players on the field, in charge of causing panic in the rival area are Borja Garcés and Aboubakary Kanté. In turn, the central nave must be made up of Cristian Glauder, Cristóbal Márquez, Aldair Fuentes, Randy Nteka and Pol Valentín. For this game, the coach of the home team has all the players available.